Burnley 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur: Premier League – as it happened

Harry Kane returned, but couldn’t stop Spurs from sliding to a defeat that puts a dent in their title challenge.

And that’s your lot. Paul Wilson was our man at Turf Moor. Here’s his take. Thanks for reading!

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And we haven’t forgotten about Sean Dyche! “The relentless nature, the will and determination, has come back to us. We’re asking more questions of the opposition. The number of times we put their back four under pressure! They’re a top side, we’re not making any bold claims. But the best thing of all was our calmness when it went 1-1. The first goal, if it’s a corner or not, is a tough one to call, a ricochet. My gripe about theirs is, not only does it go out this side of the halfway line, it then gets thrown in eight yards the other side, and also the fourth official grabbed the ball and gave it back to them, so he plays it quickly. And that leads to a goal. That’s the gripe. That’s really frustrating. A massive moment, and that went against us. Other than that, I though the officials had a good game.”

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Source: Football News
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